Using Craft Snow in Cardmaking

Christmas is over, but that doesn’t mean the winter season is over! Here in Iowa, it’s just getting started! So I still enjoy creating winter themed cards and I wanted to share a few ways to incorporate some craft snow to make a few winter themed cards that can be used for everyday sentiments. If you want to get a few ideas, be sure to watch the full video tutorial down below!



 I picked up this craft snow in the Target dollar section! It is a nice big bag and a little of this stuff goes a very long way!! Both of my cards today are winter examples, but I have a few more ideas coming that aren’t winter themed! So if you enjoy the look of craft snow in card making, be sure to come back later to see a few more ideas!

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My first card is a shaker! I wanted to try and recreate the look of a snowglobe on a card and what better way than to create a fun shaker card with this craft snow! I kept this card really simple and very monochromatic, which allowed the shaker portion of this card to really shine!

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My second card is a bit different. I used several dies to create a die cut scene. And while this card would be great without any added extras, adding the craft snow on top of the mountains really allowed this card to pull away from being too overly simple and added another fun texture and more dimension to this very CAS card!

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This very inexpensive craft snow is a great way to really add a lot of texture and fun dimension as well as a ton of interest to your cards for very little money! And even after making these two cards, I don’t even think I put a dent in the small bag I purchased! If you are interested in any of the supplies I used on my cards today, you can find them linked below! Until next time, Happy Crafting!!


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